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Osceola Complaint attached (Contest-of-Election Lawsuit)

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  • Susan Pynchon
    This contest-of-election complaint (attached) filed yesterday in Osceola District Court includes absentee ballot fraud (individuals shown as having voted by
    Message 1 of 3 , Nov 23, 2010
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    This contest-of-election complaint (attached) filed yesterday in Osceola District Court includes absentee ballot fraud (individuals shown as having voted by absentee ballot who never voted; and people who voted for one candidate but are shown as voting for the other candidate); memory card failures; the forceful and extensive shaking of voting machines; the unlawful rejection of Provisional ballots; the failure to count military overseas ballots; the failure of the optical scans to read certain colors and types of ink; and much more.
     
    Candidate Armando Ramirez won the election in the polling places and early voting, but lost almost 2-to-1 in absentee voting, even though more voters in his political party returned absentee ballots than his opponent.  Mr. Ramirez left the elections office on Election Night believing he had won by almost 300 votes (out of about 8,500 total votescast in the County Commission District 2 race), only to find out the next morning that he had lost by 50 votes after the absentee ballots were counted.
     
    Susan Pynchon
    386-804-3131
  • Ellen H. Brodsky
    Great work Susan. This is a very powerful lawsuit. Good thing there were lots of observers and the candidate is standing by the voters.  When did the State
    Message 2 of 3 , Nov 23, 2010
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      Great work Susan. This is a very powerful lawsuit. Good thing there were lots of observers and the candidate is standing by the voters. 

      When did the State certify the November 2010 election results. 

      It would seem that the tabulation problems and all the other issues involved could certainly apply statewide to the Governor's race as well. 

      The Moderator.


      --- On Tue, 11/23/10, Susan Pynchon <susanpynchon@...> wrote:

      From: Susan Pynchon <susanpynchon@...>
      Subject: [electionreform] Osceola Complaint attached (Contest-of-Election Lawsuit) [1 Attachment]
      To: "Election Reform" <electionreform@yahoogroups.com>
      Date: Tuesday, November 23, 2010, 10:53 AM

       

      This contest-of-election complaint (attached) filed yesterday in Osceola District Court includes absentee ballot fraud (individuals shown as having voted by absentee ballot who never voted; and people who voted for one candidate but are shown as voting for the other candidate); memory card failures; the forceful and extensive shaking of voting machines; the unlawful rejection of Provisional ballots; the failure to count military overseas ballots; the failure of the optical scans to read certain colors and types of ink; and much more.
       
      Candidate Armando Ramirez won the election in the polling places and early voting, but lost almost 2-to-1 in absentee voting, even though more voters in his political party returned absentee ballots than his opponent.  Mr. Ramirez left the elections office on Election Night believing he had won by almost 300 votes (out of about 8,500 total votescast in the County Commission District 2 race), only to find out the next morning that he had lost by 50 votes after the absentee ballots were counted.
       
      Susan Pynchon
      386-804-3131

    • Guitar Chris Brudy
      Yep. The day we get a constitutional amendment that limits absentee ballots to those who have a legitimate excuse for not making it to the polls, that
      Message 3 of 3 , Nov 23, 2010
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        Yep.   The day we get a constitutional amendment that limits absentee ballots to those who have a legitimate excuse for not making it to the polls, that abolishes early voting (custody problems, anyone?) and that requires all ballots cast at the polls to be counted in the same room, in public, before a single ballot leaves the room, and that requires employers to give time off to their employees so that those employees can vote, is the day we will be back to as honest elections as possible.

        Otherwise, we can spin our wheels while proven fraudsters get "elected".

        On Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 10:53 AM, Susan Pynchon <susanpynchon@...> wrote:
         
        [Attachment(s) from Susan Pynchon included below]

        This contest-of-election complaint (attached) filed yesterday in Osceola District Court includes absentee ballot fraud (individuals shown as having voted by absentee ballot who never voted; and people who voted for one candidate but are shown as voting for the other candidate); memory card failures; the forceful and extensive shaking of voting machines; the unlawful rejection of Provisional ballots; the failure to count military overseas ballots; the failure of the optical scans to read certain colors and types of ink; and much more.
         
        Candidate Armando Ramirez won the election in the polling places and early voting, but lost almost 2-to-1 in absentee voting, even though more voters in his political party returned absentee ballots than his opponent.  Mr. Ramirez left the elections office on Election Night believing he had won by almost 300 votes (out of about 8,500 total votescast in the County Commission District 2 race), only to find out the next morning that he had lost by 50 votes after the absentee ballots were counted.
         
        Susan Pynchon
        386-804-3131



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        Christopher S. Brudy

        "Hand Count the Vote, or Put on the Yoke" csb

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